Trusts and Statutory Manager
Salary - £35k
Location - Cambridge Cambridgeshire
Type - Perm
Discipline - Fundraising
Organisation - International Development
Agency Contact - Ellen Drummond
Reference - J17800
Would you love the opportunity to work for an international charity with global partners which supports vulnerable children in over 125 countries?
We are looking for an experienced fundraiser with expertise in trusts and statutory fundraising to bring their energy and talent to SOS Children’s Villages, one of the world’s largest and most highly regarded NGOs, as they build up their UK-based fundraising team.
Charity People’s brief: to find a creative and passionate Trusts Manager. Reporting to the Assistant Head – Partnership Fundraising, the Trusts Manager will grow income from grant giving bodies (statutory, lottery, European, trusts and foundations) prioritising restricted funds and projects with the greatest need. With a passion and creativity for writing successful applications, you will be responsible for research to ensure a regular and reliable pipeline of new prospects, developing grant proposals, whilst also leveraging existing relationships. You will also be responsible for reporting on all grants, including monitoring and evaluation.
On our absolutely ‘must have’ list:
• Significant experience working with grant making bodies and developing a sustainable grant income stream.
• Demonstrable experience in prospect research, grant writing, management and reporting.
• Significant experience of formulating and managing project and bespoke grant budget.
• Demonstrable experience of cultivating relationships with grant making bodies.
If you are an ambitious and self-motivated Trust Fundraiser driven by exceeding targets, then please apply initially with a copy of your CV to Ellen Drummond firstname.lastname@example.org
Final deadline for completed applications is Monday 27th November and we are anticipating a significant response, so please do get in touch ASAP to avoid disappointment.
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